Ernest Aduwa, Solicitor at Stokoe Partnership Solicitors, commented in SC Magazine UK regarding the obstacles in tackling cyber-crime.

“From solo hackers to Russian syndicates with close government connections, cyber-crime is big business. As many firms are discovering first-hand, the cost of an attack can be massive – and this is about to grow even more.

The continuing threat posed by cyber-crime is made worse by the fact that it is very difficult to identify and prosecute attackers, says Ernest Aduwa, solicitor at Stokoe Partnership. He explains: “One of the difficulties is, cyber-crime can come from anywhere in the world. That’s what law enforcement agencies are having to deal with: cyber-crime is borderless.””

Read the full article here.